How was your weekend? I’ve spent two sunny days in Valchiavenna in Italy. There was a lot of gardening to do and I finally made my own vegetable patch! I can’t wait to grow my own Kabocha but for now there are only aromatic herbs like sage, rosmary, marjoram and chives. Originally I had planned to sleep and take many pictures but I ended up working in rubber boots and sweaty clothes. I didn’t even had time to take a shower..
Anyway, despite the stinging nettle on my hands and the tramp look I enjoyed it very much!
Plum blossoms aren’t they pretty?
If you follow me on twitter you probably already know but here it is again.. I passed the first part of my exams! Unbelievable but true… and with far better grades than what I expected or wanted.
I feel much more confident for the second part now especially since it’s not about natural sciences & co. but languages. I have a lot of books to read though.
I’m happy however that blogging hasn’t had a negative influence on my studying so I won’t feel too bad anymore when spending time with it.
My grandmother has the most beautiful narcissuses in her garden!
To take a glimpse of my new hair cut, read on!